Regional Scrum Gathering South Asia 2015: Calling the ‘Plants’ and ‘Resource Investigators’

On Huge Demand….

The Paper Submission Deadline Extended till 10th March 2015 !

Please submit your papers soon !!

South East Asian Phrases

“Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam”- The World is one family

With the theme of One-ness in Diversity, the Agile community from South and South East Asia invites the thought  leaders of tomorrow, the enthusiastic satraps of today and the experienced ‘ torch bearers’ of yesterday, to share their knowledge, ideas and thoughts with the participants at the first Regional Scrum Gathering South Asia 2015 on 5-6th June 2015 at Bengaluru, India.

The sessions/ Workshops and Presentations ( 30 minutes and 60 minutes sessions) can be classified under the following tracks:

  • ” Working with the world “- Culture lessons and experience sharing from Agile Champions ( Team Culture and Country Culture)
  • ” Beyond the Information Technology borders “- Implementation stories and tips for taking Scrum to hitherto unknown areas ( Beyond IT e.g. Education, Charity, Pharma etc. )
  • ” Tech Wonders ” – Technological concepts and marvels which help Scrum teams succeed and exceed
  • ” Divided yet Together ” – Tales of Scaling up Scrum and Distributed Teams

To submit a session, Please use the link below

https://indico.scrumalliance.org/event/23

Key Dates:

  • Last date for session submission: 28th February 2015
  • Final communication of acception/rejection: 15th March 2015
  • Submission of presentations and other session artefacts: 15th May 2015
  • Conference Dates: 5-6 June 2015

For more information, logon to the event portal at:

http://scrumgatheringindia.in

#rsgi14 : Learn More with Pre and Post Conference workshops

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With just 20 days to go, we are adding ways for you to get more out of the learning bouquet at the Scrum Carnival of Asia, The Regional Scrum Gathering India 2014.

So, In addition to your conference sessions,  you can now choose from a range of our pre and post conference learning workshops. These workshops cover the basics and intermediate learning aspects of some of the topics covered in RSGI 2014.

As we have only very few seats available for grabs at the special prices, Grab your seat early to avoid disappointment.

Schedule:

Pre-conference workshops – July 10, 2014:

Agile Innovation Games

Duration: Half day

Trainer: Rahul Sudame

Hosted by: Faichi Solutions

Fee: INR 2,500+ taxes

Registration link: http://www.meraevents.com/event/innovation-games-precon-workshop-rsgi14

Kanban

Duration: Half day

Trainer: Sudipta Lahiri

Hosted by: Digite

Fee: INR 2,500+ taxes

Registration link: http://www.meraevents.com/event/kanban-precon-workshop-rsgi14

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

Duration: Full day

Trainer: Keki Durbary

Fee: INR 3,500+ taxes

Registration link: http://www.meraevents.com/event/nlp-workshop-rsgi14

Agile Leadership

Duration: Half day

Trainer: Syed Nazir Rajik and M Parvez Alam

Hosted by: PMI- Chennai Chapter

Fee: INR 2,500+ taxes

Registration link: http://www.meraevents.com/event/agile-leadership-precon-workshop-rsgi14

Post-conference workshop- July 14, 2014:

ICAgile Certification workshop

Duration: Two Days

Trainer: Zuzi Sochova

Hosted by: Delight Learning

Fee: INR 18,000+ taxes

Registration link: http://www.meraevents.com/event/icagile-workshop-by-zuzi-sochova

Regional Scrum Gathering India 2014 is convening on 11th and 12th July 2014, at The Trident, Hyderabad.

To register and join the conversation, please visit the gathering website: http://scrumgatheringindia.in

#rsgi14 – 39d: Executive Support for Scrum?? Leadership or Management @ArneAhl

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The role of executives in using Scrum for an enterprise is an important one. Be it taking smart decision, to supporting the teams or convincing the customers about Agile practices, the executives play a crucial role in success of the team and organization using Scrum practices.

But how do they make this happen ? What vision they need to present to the teams ? Is there any help available ?

#RSGI14 brings you

Scrum meets Management 3.0

Presenter: Arne Åhlander

Join our noted speaker, Arne Åhlander as he presents the six views of the organization from Management 3.0 and how they can help to strengthen Scrum.

Regional Scrum Gathering India 2014 is convening on 11th and 12th July 2014 at The Trident, Hyderabad.

To register and join the conversation, please visit the gathering website: http://scrumgatheringindia.in

#rsgi14 – 40d: Met an Agile detractor: No Problem! They are your friends!

ImageMet some one who doesn’t believe in Agile philosophy and principles !

Are you finding it hard to convince your management that Agile works !

Your customers don’t seem to be bought into Agile practices!

Your manager is the ante-thesis of Agile behavior!

Your HR policies and team are not aligned with Agile principles!

Is there any way to succeed? Is it possible to utilize people as part of the change? Can we involve them and give them the power and full responsibility? Would they be motivated then?

NO PROBLEM…

#RSGI14 brings you

Complainers? Great! Let them drive the change!

Speaker: Dr. Jaroslav Prochazka

Join our guest speaker, Dr. Jaroslav Prochazka, as he explores different approaches needed in every single case, depending on business, team, culture and people uniqueness. One of the approaches his teams used was to focus on discontented people, on their needs behind driven by clear business goal and purpose as common direction.

He would help the participants discover ways to have  amazing to look at people to unlocked their dissatisfaction and used the energy in a positive, creative way.

Regional Scrum Gathering India 2014 is convening on 11th and 12th July 2014 at The Trident, Hyderabad.

To register and join the conversation, please visit the gathering website: http://scrumgatheringindia.in

#RSGI14 – 50d: Gamifying Agile Release Planning and Estimation

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Let’s face it. Estimation is a difficult beast to deal with, more so on an agile project specifically, when talking at the release level. Features need to be scaled, because it’s too difficult to manage large programs with just user stories. Release planning becomes too detailed if you don’t have a middle tier of features representing what you’re trying to build.

Does this happen with your software releases too???

Presenting

Gamifying the Release Planning and Estimation

Presenter: Ms Savita Pahuja

To understand how you can solve the challenges faced during Agile Release Planning, How to estimate Epics, Features and Stories and to learn the all new concept of “Feature Points” join our speaker Savita Pahuja as she takes you through a fun, gaming session on Agile Release Planning and Estimation

Regional Scrum Gathering India 2014 is convening on 11th and 12th July 2014 at The Trident, Hyderabad.

To register and join the conversation, please visit the gathering website:http://scrumgatheringindia.in